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37.8% of the population in Mexico was in a situation of working poverty as of the second quarter of 2023, that is, close to 49.6 million people in the country were not capable of covering the cost of the food basket with their labor income.

Seasonality worked against Social Security affiliation (-185,400) and unemployment (24,800) in August. Excluding its impact, the number of affiliates increased by 20,000, 3,500 more than in July, and the number of unemployed decreased by 7,000 after growing the previous month. Temporary employment ratio fell to 56% SWDA.

The national unemployment rate for July was 9.6%, 1.4 percentagepoints lower than last year's July rate (11.0%), being the lowest rate for themonth of July since 2015. On the margin, compared to June of this year, theunemployment rate was down …

Book edited by BBVA Research, BBVA Foundation and the National Population Council (CONAPO) made up of 10 chapters that addresses the main statistics on the multiple migratory flows and human mobility, and remittances at a global level, with an …

The demographic challenges facing developed countries are well known: rapid aging and populations that in are already beginning to shrink in some regions. Less well known, however, is that the demographic transition is already changing the land…

The June 2023 national unemployment rate was 9.3%, the lowest rate for a month of June since 2018. The decline in the June unemployment rate responded to a rebound in job creation (4.7% y/y) from 1.7% in May. Employment for the month was high at 23.1 million.

The growth in Social Security affiliation (21,900) and the reduction in unemployment (-11,000) in July were lower than expected. Seasonally adjusted, the number of affiliates increased by 16,000, 5,000 more than in June, and the number of unemployed by 11,000 after nine months of decline.

Employment increased more than expected between April and June (603,900). Excluding seasonality, job creation picked up (1.4% QoQ SWDA), but the decline in average working hours limited the rise in hours worked (0.5%). Moreover, temporary emplo…

The increasing longevity of the Spanish population, together with the progressive delay in entering the labor market, poses a challenge for the welfare state, but also an opportunity for society.

In June, formal employment slowdown, reaching one of its lowest levels since 1998. Despite this, in cumulative figures from January to June, it represented a growth of 2.4%, a 0.2pp increase compared to the previous year, indicating strength in…

Everything indicates that the country's economic growth in the first half of this year will be good and higher than expected. The year's first quarter growth (QoQ) was 1%, which implies a growth rate greater than 4% in annualized rates

Retaking the path of convergence toward the most advanced economies will require a great deal of success in the investment of the European NGEU funds and in the reforms, and also time, with results that will be measurable in the medium and long term.